Franklin County Fishing Streams

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Streams in Franklin County

Place USGS Topo Map
Aby Branch Knoxville
Bailey Creek Jeannette
Bean Branch Meadville
Beaver Run McCall Creek
Booker Branch Kirby
Brushy Creek Kirby
Calcote Branch McCall Creek
Cameron Creek Kirby
Cane Mill Branch Little Springs
Caney Branch Knoxville
Carnes Branch Roxie
Caston Creek Homochitto
Clark Branch Homochitto
Cool Springs Branch Eddiceton
Corbin Branch Kirby
Crooked Creek McCall Creek
Dodds Branch Eddiceton
Dry Bayou Knoxville
Dry Creek Garden City
Dry Creek Bude
Fifteenmile Creek Eddiceton
Goldman Branch Eddiceton
Goober Creek Little Springs
Grass Patch Branch Meadville
Gresham Branch Homochitto
Grisham Branch Meadville
Guice Creek Kirby
Hagen Branch Kirby
Haram Branch Roxie
Horse Creek McCall Creek
Horse Creek Little Springs
Hurricane Creek McCall Creek
Johns Creek Eddiceton
Jones Branch Eddiceton
King Branch Meadville
Ladds Branch Bude
Lea Creek Eddiceton
Lehmann Creek Kirby
Lick Branch Knoxville
Little Creek Little Springs
Maxwell Branch Eddiceton
McCall Creek Bude
McGehee Creek Bude
Middle Fork Homochitto River Meadville
Middleton Creek Meadville
Mill Branch Homochitto
Mills Branch Meadville
Molls Creek McCall Creek
Moore Branch Bude
Moore Branch Kirby
Morgan Fork Meadville
Mud Branch Bude
North Dry Creek Bude
Owen Creek Meadville
Panther Creek Knoxville
Parker Branch Homochitto
Porter Creek Bude
Pumpkin Patch Creek Smithdale
Quarterlot Branch Meadville
Richardson Creek Crosby
Rocky Branch Knoxville
Rollins Creek Bude
Sandy Branch Homochitto
Sawhaw Branch Kirby
Steep Hill Creek Eddiceton
Sulphur Springs Branch Homochitto
Tallys Creek Meadville
Tom Branch Kirby
Tony Creek Knoxville
Wactor Mill Creek Little Springs
Wallace Mill Branch Kirby
Wearley Branch Knoxville
Wells Creek Garden City
Willis Branch Bude
Wolvington Branch Bude
Zeigler Creek Crosby

Above is a map and a list of the streams in Franklin County, . Many of these spots are open to public fishing. If you see a stream name that is duplicated within Franklin County, then try to narrow it down using the name of the USGS topo map which is usually a prominent place or city nearby.